This week marks the end of an era, as we announce who will take over from Emma Watson and Melvil Poupaud in our factor and range segments, so tune in to find out which delectable actor and actress will take over the baton. It's a week of good cast lists, as the latest blockbuster incarnation of "Godzilla" managed to assemble a who's who of Thespian talent (if you discount Aaron Taylor-Johnson), and we review period thriller "The Two Faces of January," despite not having a clue why it's titled as such. Cal goes it alone for "Concussion," the sapphic answer to "Belle De Jour," which Pete took as a cue to go into innuendo overdrive, while love triangle melodrama "In Secret" instigates fierce preconceptions about Jessica Lange. A recent death in the cinematography world leads to a digression about the best shot films of 1990, a discussion of anti-heroes turns into an analysis of category placement politics, plus the Huston problem rears its ugly head to plague one of our new replacements.
The week's news:
"Grace of Monaco" trashed at Cannes Broadchurch wins three BAFTAs The death of Malik Bendjelloul The death of Gordon Willis [4:20 - 10:55]
Reviews of: The Two Faces of January In Secret Concussion [19:40 - 52:50]
Closing Segment: Our take on Gareth Edwards' "Godzilla," and discussing the history of anti-heroes in cinema!
[52:55 - 1:13:00]
Shag, Marry or Kill? The Watson Factor The Poupaud Range